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The Tactical Networked Communication Architecture Design (TaNCAD) lab at NPS focuses on developing advanced network architecture, protocols, and test/analysis tools for challenged communication environments, particularly those found in the tactical domain. TaNCAD is based at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA.

Research Projects

  • Golocation-Aware DTN Routing
  • DTN Technical Readiness
  • USMC NOTM DTN Integration
  • DTN-cum-IP Integration

News


IMC Accepts
I am pleased to report that our IMC submission was accepted! (https://conferences.sigcomm.org/imc/2018/ https://conferences.sigcomm.org/imc/2018/) (Preprint available at: https://arxiv.org/abs/1805.11308 https://arxiv.org/abs/1805.11308) This is a large-scale IPv6 topology mapping effort, aimed at understanding the effect of target selection on infrastructure discovery. Abstract:  Existing methods for active topology discovery within the IPv6 Internet largely mirror those of IPv4.…

Lab Meetings


Location: GE-B10

  • 2018 – 06 December:  Status updates

  • 2018 – 29 November:  Status updates

  • 2018 – 15 November:  Status updates

  • 2018 – 08 November:  Thesis (Strelkoff) and status updates.  Relevant sections

  • 2018 – 01 November:  ITC paper presentation (Brown) and status updates
  • 2018 – 25 October:  IMC paper presentation (Beverly) and status updates
  • 2018 – 18 October:  MatPlotLib demo and status updates
  • 2018 – 11 October:  Paper (Hargett) and status updates
  • 2018 – 04 October:  Status updates
  • 2018 – 11 September:  ns3 demo (Brown) and status updates
  • 2018 – 04 September:  mininet demo (Hunter) and status updates
  • 2018 – 28 August:  Status updates
  • 2018 – 21 August:  Screen demo and status updates
  • 2018 – 14 August:  Git demo and status updates
  • 2018 – 31 July:  LaTeX demo and status updates

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